TMZ is known for asking inappropriate questions, but their most recent "Racist Joke of the Day," may have gone too far.
The website caught up with the guys from rock band Maná following a Coldplay concert and asked the Mexican band members this racist question: "Here in the States, rock stars get underwear thrown at them. Do you guys get underwear or do you guys get Tapatio packets thrown at you?"
Tapatio is a Mexican hot sauce.
The guys from Maná, who seem really easygoing in the video, laughed off the racist question and replied, "Of course we get underwear!"
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